What does a cancer rash look like? What does a cancerous rash look like? Cancerous rashes, marks, and moles can vary in their appearance. If you notice a red, scaly patch on your skin that itches, cracks, or bleeds — and doesn’t seem to be healing — there is a chance it could be cancerous.
When should I be concerned about a rash on my breast? What symptoms of breast rash are cause for concern? Whenever breast rash is accompanied by other symptoms such as infection, fever, a lump underneath the skin, swelling of the throat, or failure to get better after a reasonable period of treatment, a doctor should be consulted.
Where do breast cancer rashes appear? What are the symptoms of inflammatory breast cancer (IBC)? Symptoms of IBC progress quickly, over three to six weeks, and may include: Areas of discoloration (red, pink or purple), a bruise or rash spread over one-third of your breast. Dimpling, pitting or thickening of your breast skin that resembles an orange peel.
What does a rash on the breast indicate? A breast rash can be a sign of IBC or Paget’s disease, but most breast rashes are not malignant. Other causes of a rash include an allergy or infection. It is best to seek medical advice for a breast rash or other breast changes, as treatment may be necessary.